The Press Democrat
Work began this week in Windsor to clear the way for a new Oliver’s Market, which will add a much-anticipated supermarket to the west side of town.MORE
Sebastopol, CA (January 4, 2013)- After three months of training thirty baristas from Oliver’s Market, Taylor Maid Farms will crown a barista champion on January 17th during the Battle of the Baristas Final Showdown from 6-8pm.MORE
The Press Democrat
Oliver’s Markets is close to releasing the second volume in a series of “Real Music” compilations showcasing a diverse array of original local talent in each dual CD set. The music collections are just one aspect of a collaborative program that promotes the artists and benefits the Redwood Empire Food Bank, which receives 100 percent of the profits.MORE
Sebastopol CA (September 29, 2012)- After considering 153 names suggested from fans as far away as Canada and India, Taylor Maid Farms has chosen the name “Sweetwater” for its new espresso that will be released October 8, 2012.
Customer Cyndi Yoxall from Sebastopol inspired the name, which represents the espresso’s juicy-sweet flavor profile. Yoxall won 25 lbs. of the new coffee for home consumption. “Sweetwater” is also the name of a Sonoma County cycling trail, a fact that resonated with Taylor Maid Farms’ history of naming products after local hot spots like Goat Rock.
After years of enjoying discounts on fine wines, consumers are finding prices have begun to inch back up.MORE
North Bay Biz
Oliver’s Market founder Steve Maass has built a successful business that’s also become a community mainstay by focusing on his “most important asset: I feel the success of the business is due to the teamwork of the entire staff,” he says. “Our employees are what make Oliver’s what it is, and I strive to see them all as individuals and ensure they’re always treated with respect. Although we have more than 600 employees, I think we’ve maintained a family atmosphere.”MORE
This must be California News Week, as we had no less than three announcements come from the Golden State since Monday.
First, the three-store Oliver’s Market chain is capitalizing on customers’ love of local foods to launch a local listening initiative built around area musicians. Oliver’s already stocks some 5,000 products from the Sonoma area where the stores are located, and soon they’ll add a CD compilation of 14 local musicians
"Sing a song, feed a neighbor: Oliver's Markets has launched a new program, Sonoma County Real Music — it resonates nicely with the “Real Food. Real People.” campaign — to benefit The Redwood Empire Food Bank."MORE